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DMA Nonprofit Federation Announces New Chair & Vice Chair and Incoming Advisory Council Members
Washington, DC, August 1, 2005 – The Direct Marketing Association Nonprofit Federation (DMANF) is pleased announce the appointment of the incoming chair and vice chair for the 2005-2007 term of the organization’s Advisory Council. The Federation also welcomes seven new representatives from the nonprofit community who have joined the Advisory Council, bringing the total membership to 26.
"Our Advisory Council provides guidance and direction for the organization for the benefit of the nonprofit organizations nationally that count on direct response fundraising," said DMANF Executive Director Senny Boone. "We are honored to have leaders of such high caliber and experience to advance the DMANF in fulfillment of its mission."
Angie Moore, The American Cancer Society
Incoming Chair, DMANF Advisory Council.
Angie Moore currently serves as Chair of the DMANF Education Committee. Under her guidance, the Education Committee expanded its membership and built an active committee that pushed ahead on many new initiatives to improve the quality of Federation programs. Moore has been a longtime member of the DMANF, and it precursor, the DMA Nonprofit Council. She has a keen understanding of issues affecting direct response fundraising and brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the position of Chair. Moore is currently the Managing Director, Constituent Relationship Management at the American Cancer Society. She is in her third and final term on the Advisory Council.
Tim Burgess, The Domain Group
Incoming Vice Chair, DMANF Advisory Council.
Tim Burgess currently serves as Chair of the Federation’s Ethics Committee. His longtime experience serving on the supplier side of the nonprofit arena has provided him with a strong understanding of the issues that face today’s nonprofit organizations. As Ethics Chair, Burgess focused the committee members’ attention to build upon the DMA’s Ethics Guidelines as they relate to nonprofits and to develop a working ethical guidelines program. Under his leadership, the Committee embarked on a plan to deliver an ethics "toolkit" for DMANF members, nonprofits and the general public. Tim is co-founder of the Domain Group, an international direct marketing agency serving the nonprofit community and is entering his second term on the Advisory Council.
New members added to the Council include:
Nonprofit Council Members:
Patty Ruch, Director, Direct Response Marketing, American Diabetes Association
Mary Arnold, Director of Development, Christian Children’s Fund
Joel MacCollam, President, World Emergency Relief
Barbra Schulman, Director, Direct Mail, March of Dimes
Corporate Partner Members:
Geoffrey Peters, President, Creative Direct Response
Kristin McCurry, President, MINDset Direct
Chris Paradysz, President, ParadyszMatera
About The DMA Nonprofit Federation:
Since 1982, The DMA Nonprofit Federation (DMANF) and its predecessor organizations have been aggressive and effective advocates for nonprofits in postal, regulatory, legislative, and accountability issues. It leads the way in professional education, networking, and industry advancement in nonprofit direct response fundraising. The DMA Nonprofit Federation is the premier agent for improving public awareness and receptivity to direct marketing-driven philanthropy, and is the ‘top brand’ among all associations and advocacy groups working on behalf of nonprofits in this area. With 400 members, The DMANF is one of the largest member segments of The Direct Marketing Association and is the leading association for nonprofit organizations that use direct marketing media such as mail, telephone, and the Internet to communicate with donors, members, and the public. The DMANF's full-time staff is located in Washington, DC.